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Joey Feldman’s Of An Infinite Solitude is like a Rorschach test for art lovers. Look at any single image long enough and a variety of shapes, patterns, and possibilities emerge, each an engaging, even intoxicating experience.
A mix of small and large paintings, many monochromatic, the exhibition is a visceral punch, delighting, intriguing, and challenging the viewer to unlock a puzzle of meaning contained in each image.
Some works offer more defined images than others. “Am Stare” is a personal favorite, a black and grey cat that is all eyes emerging from the shadows of early morning, much as Feldman himself explains his own cat often does in pale pre-dawn light. Created in oil pastel, charcoal, ink, acrylic paint, and metallic pigment on wood panel, the image is real, whimsical, self-aware, and with an edge of the ominous. The cat’s visage slips out of the shadows and demands definition and attention.